These companies have already committed to the Inclusive Employer Quality Mark and have pledged their support to inclusion and diversity.

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Aberdeen Asset Management
Aberdeenshire Council
Advent Project Management Ltd
Arnolds Keys LLP
Aspinall Verdi Ltd

Our diversity and inclusion journey started a number of years ago but we still have a lot to do. By working with the RICS and our peers we hope to learn and share for the benefit of the industry as a whole.

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Bilfinger GVA
BNP Paribas Real Estate
Bowman Riley
British Land
Broadland Housing Group
Brooke Smith Planning

Improving diversity and inclusion is an essential component of our corporate strategy as we continue to create award winning places which our customers prefer to work, shop and live.

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Capita Real Estate
Capital & Counties Properties PLC
Carter Jonas
Cedar Harp Limited
Chamberlains Surveyors Ltd
Changing the Face of Property
Colliers International
Concertus Design & Property Consultants
Croudace Homes Group Ltd
The Crown Estate
Cunliffes Ltd
Cushman & Wakefield

Developing the Quality Mark is important to Cushman & Wakefield because we are committed to improving the diversity of our firm. Having a benchmark to measure ourselves against will help us know how we’re performing against our goals.

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Dalcour Maclaren
Dayle Bayliss Associates
DB Associates (Chartered Surveyors)
DeLever Ltd
Deloitte Real Estate
DSG Quantity Surveyors

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Eltizam Asset Management Group
Ernst & Young

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Fairweathers Chartered Surveyors
Fletcher Morgan

Our profession needs to mirror the communities that we serve, something that perhaps we have failed to do in the past.

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Gardiner and Theobald
Gerald Eve
Government Property Profession

Government property offers employment on some of the country's biggest and most exciting projects, where property acts as an enabler for change, and we need to attract the best people from the widest possible pool to deliver them.

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Harbour Healthcare
Hamer Associates
Holtby Turner

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John Rowan and Partners
JYM Partnership LLP

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Knight Frank
KTD Surveying

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L&Q Group
Land Securities PLC

A diverse business makes better decisions. Progressing towards a more diverse property industry is going to be challenging, but widespread adoption of the Quality Mark will raise the profile of the issues faced and help the industry make the changes together. We are excited to be part of this movement.

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Malcolm Hollis LLP
Michael Holden

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Northumbria University

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Pennycuick Collins
Politics and the Built Environment
P H Warr PLC
Pinsent Masons
PMS Leasehold Management Ltd
Poole Dick

Inclusion is an important key to maximising the contribution of every employee in the workplace in order to develop an effective business to meet the demands of the 21st century.

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Rendall and Rittner
Rider Levett Bucknall
Ringley Chartered Surveyors
Robinson Low Francis

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Sanderson Weatherall LLP
Scottish Canals
Severn Partnership Ltd
Simon Pott & Company
Sitec Infrastructure Services Ltd
Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
Strutt & Parker
Sweett Group

We recognise that one of our biggest challenges is the attraction of highly skilled individuals. The more inclusive we are as an industry, the more people will want to work for us.

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Turner & Townsend

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Urban Building Surveyors

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Valuation Office Agency

We recognise that being an organisation that is both diverse and inclusive will enable everyone to fulfil their potential, and in turn improve the service we offer to our customers.

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Willmott Dixon
(The Association of) Women in Property
Workman LLP

This is a significant moment. The quest to radically improve diversity in our industry is at the centre of everything we do. This is a tremendous endorsement for those who are already making changes and great encouragement for those who need to.

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Comments (2)

  1. The view from RICS

    I am delighted to be launching the Inclusive Employer Quality Mark. It marks the step change that the profession needs. This initiative has been discussed with, and has the support and encouragement of, a number of leading firms - both large and small – across the land and property sector.

    Employee needs are changing, along with their expectations and demographic make-up. The competitive war for talent has also shifted the focus to attracting and retaining talent in the industry. Only by doing so, can we deliver a sustainable future. By committing to the Quality Mark, firms will gain a competitive advantage. An inclusive approach allows organisations to reflect and engage with their clients more effectively and efficiently.

    Louise Brooke-Smith FRICS

    Louise Brooke-Smith FRICS, RICS Former President (2014/15) 1 March at 15:43PM

  1. I am delighted to have signed up my firm, DIEM Ltd, to the RICS Inclusive Employer Quality Mark. As a SME private practice, Regulated by RICS, it demonstrates our commitment to inclusivity in the built environment and wider society that enables us to engage with our clients and other stakeholders in a more effective way.

    David Inman David Inman, 12 April at 12:10PM

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